Friday, October 24, 2014

Kotryna Zukauskaite: Blowing up the Bundle

Kotryna Zukauskaite’s illustration for Variety accompanies an article contemplating the future of TV a la cart, free from massive channel bundles.

Chris Labrooy: Ted Baker Eyewear

Chris Labrooy has all the fun collaborating with the eyewear team at Ted Baker on their appealing new advertising campaign. A fruit and vegetable 3D illustration mashup!!

Zara Picken - OBRANI 2015 Collection

Zara Picken’s whimsical illustration has been licensed by Ukrainian fashion house OBRANI for textile use on their Spring-Summer 2015 collection. The uplifting image is incorporated as a repeat pattern on a full range of garments including dresses, skirts and trousers.

Michael Sloan: Election Year

Michael Sloan gathered a few of his favorite political illustrations to remind us of the importance of midterm elections.  Get out there and VOTE next month!

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Tom Bloom: Recent Work

Tom Bloom’s cheerful illustrations are a feature favorite throughout the pages of The New York Times. Recent assignments have found him in the Travel section for an article on custom hotel apps:

Joe Wilson: American Cowboy

Joe Wilson was commissioned by American Cowboy magazine to create a series of illustrations depicting classic stories of the heroic Texas Rangers, including the deaths of the notorious Bonnie & Clyde.

Maria Corte Maidagan: Resolution

Maria Corte Maidagan was commissioned by Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud to illustrate the banner image for their tutorial helping users understand the resolution of an image. As always, her intelligent illustration gets right to the point in the most intriguing way.

Tim Bower: MLB World Series Program

Tim Bower was commissioned by Major League Baseball to illustrate an article about past Hall of Fame inductees in this year's and past years' World Series programs.

Jim Frazier: ElectroRent Annual Report

Jim Frazier created illustrations for a digital and print wraparound cover of the ElectroRent 2014 Annual Report. The client listed four qualities which best described the company's position, Transparency; Trust; Creative Growth; and Technology and then asked Jim to "just do what you do and make it wonderful."

Richard Borge: Connecting the Dots

Richard Borge illustrated an article for the Wall Street Journal this week on the topic of critical thinking. The "ability to connect the dots" inspired Rich’s final image.